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Fire Risk Assessment

A Fire Risk Assessment is an organised and methodical look at your premises, the activities carried out there and an assessment of the likelihood that a fire could start and cause harm to those in and around the premises.

The Fire Risk Assessment will identify any issues that require attention and offer written recommendations to ensure that you are compliant with the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005.

Fire Alarms

We offer a comprehensive design, installation, commissioning and
maintenance service for all types of Fire Alarm Systems in accordance with
BS 5839 : Part 1


  • We offer a range of fire alarm solutions
  • Fire alarm servicing
  • Repairs

Emergency Lighting

We offer a comprehensive design, installation,  commissioning and maintenance service for all types of Emergency  Lighting Systems in accordance with BS 5266.

We can provide Emergency Lighting systems that are fully compliant, ensuring that
the Emergency Exits and Escape routes are fully illuminated in the event of a
lighting failure. Keeping your customers and staff safe.

Our technicians can install and maintain systems to the highest standards and
ensure that they are always in optimum condition.

Fire Extinguisher Supply and Servicing

It is a requirement of the Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 that you
provide suitable means of fighting fire. Potentially the most recognisable form of fire safety equipment, Fire Extinguishers usually represent the first line of defence in the event of a fire.

Our knowledgeable engineers will ensure that you are prepared for any fire
eventuality. We provide a full supply and installation package to BS 5306 : Part 3 : 2017

Fire Safety Training

As an employer you must provide adequate Fire Safety Training for every employee. We provide professional training that includes the following:


  • A short instruction film covering basic Fire Safety
  • Information on the Fire Safety measures and procedures within your building
  • Your action upon discovering a fire
  • The evacuation procedure
  • The responsibilities and role of Fire Wardens in the event of a Fire
  • Fire legislation
  • The chemistry of Fire
  • Practical demonstration on the use of Fire Extinguishers and the Fire Alarm
  • Questions and Answers
  • Certificates issued upon completion of the session demonstrating competence and completion of the course.
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